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The aim of this study was to observe the role of self-awareness and the work stressors specifically
Role Ambiguity, Role Conflict, Time Pressure, and Work Overload. It was presumed that selfawareness
ability will be helpful in reducing stress caused by these stressors. To obtain this objective
a sample of 361 nurses and medical staff were selected out of 1800 total population employing
systematic random sample and stratified sample techniques from three main government hospitals in
the district Peshawar. For data analysis, Smartpls 3.0 were used to obtain the path coefficient, TStatistic. The results show inverse relationships between self-awareness and all work stressors (Role
Ambiguity, Role Conflict, Time Pressure, and Work Overload) path coefficients (-0.325)(0.199)(-
0.16)(-0.278) respectively with P-values (0.00) (0.00) (0.03) and (0.00) and T-statistic values
(3.79)(6.826)(2.96) (5.678) respectively show highly significant results. The results demonstrate that
being aware of self can be helpful in reducing stress caused by these stressors.
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